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The Hawk 



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in 2010 with funding from 

Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/hawk1990univ 




Hawk Yearbook 1989-90 



University Of Maryland Eastern Shore 



Princess Anne, MD 21853 



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Table Of 




Contents 




Student Life 


6 


Coronation 


24 


Homecoming 


30 


Graduation 


40 


People 


46 


Seniors 


79 


Sports 


98 




Our Time Is Now! 



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People On The Yard 





Never A Dull Moment 



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The Scenic Wonders of UMES 




What Do These Buildings 
Mean To You? 




Oh-oh, Dean Chesterfield has done it again. 



A messy desk is a sign of genius. Does it look familiar? 




Hurricinc ueoorah! 



Senie looks intent on getting her paper done before 
the deadline. 




Please baby, baby, baby, please baby, baby, please . The real reason why students skip class. 



The time is 11 :00am. Before strolling to class make sure you check your mailbox and buy some chips in the 
bookstore. 



Maxin' and relaxin' 





Student Development Center- A place for all 
interest. 



Whal's hot and in style at UMES 



"Please let me get one more game in before class 
starts." 







'Hell's kitchen, Devil speaking!" 



"... And not only will you get promoted, but I will 
get promoted ..." 




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All The World's A Stage 



The Talent Of UMES 
Shines 




Organizations On The 

Move 




SOCIAL FELLOWSHIP INC. 

'Naming h^y/k CHKPTt^ 





Computer Club, AKA's 



Miss UMES 1989-90 



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Renee Goodison 




Miss Junior 

Tonya Jones 
Class President 
Derrick Coles 



Miss Senior 

Lisa Garry 
Class Presidcni 
Craig Baliarfi 



Coronation - Crowning Of 
A Queen 

Miss UMES . . . Renee Y. Goodison was selected for the most prestigous 
position at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore during an elaborate cere- 
mony in October of 1989. Miss Goodison, a Senior Chemistry major, is from New 
York. She succeeded Miss CoUette Johnson of College Park, Maryland who 
reigned during the 1988-1989 academic year. 

Miss Goodison was voted into this honor by the student body durmg the Sprmg 
of 1989. Transferring from the University of Maryland College Park to UMES 
the previous year, she has since been active in her major as well as in many extra- 
curricular activities. To name a few, the Student Government Association, Alpha 
Kappa Alpha Sorority, and the Student Activity Board. 

During her reign, Miss Goodison had the responsibility of defendmg the title of 
Miss UMES when asked what were the exact duties of this figurehead position. 
This controversial question became a year long debate and through it all Miss 
Goodison remained poised with dignity. 




Gilligan contributes his talents with the UMES Jazz Band during coronation 
festivities. 

Princesses present themselves to the audience. 




Miss UMES, Renee Goodison gives the evening's regal oration. 




Tracy Britt lakes a few moments during the evening's festivities to pose for the 
camera. 

Roger and friend are making their grand entrance to the coronation ball. 




Celebrating At The Ball 



Homecoming 1990 

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Unity Day - A moment to reflect past, present 
and future. 





Audra, Keith, and Vonzell movin" the crowd dur 
ing the homecoming concert. 



Will & Wayne - The real twins of twin day. 
Homecoming 1990's main attraction: Regina Belle. 



Ya' Don't Know, Ya' Better Ask Somebody! 



Comedian Extraordinaire, Ted Carpenter, entertains 
homecoming audience. 

K.T., Monica, and Jocelyn are hanging strong al 
homecoming festivities. 




This MC seems to be having fun during College Nile. 




Shawn looks like she has sampled some of her daiquirics. 

These AKA's prove that they can cook as well as pose for 
the pixs. 



Old Hawks returning to the nest. 



Steve & Company are celebrating Twin Day durin 
homecoming week. 




Spectators gathering for College Nite 
AKA's stepping into the nineties. 



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Frat sweethearts are celebrating during College Nite. 



The Pep Club is showing pep during the homecoming 
basketball game. 




Miss UMES and court are making their official Faces in the crowd. 
greeting. 



Nupes are checking out the scene from overhead. 



Homecoming 1990, You Don't Know 




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Twin Day 



On Tuesday of Homecoming Week, the SGA 
sponsored Twin Day. Sets of students dressed 
alike for the day. 




The two students pictured above show their 
school spirit by participating in the day's 
festivities. 



he Distinguished Ladies of Zeta Phi Beta - Homecoming 1990 Step Show Champions. Sorority Division 



Homecoming '90 





Spring Fest '90 



Graduation 1990 





The Ending Never Stops 




Getting Ready For Life. 





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Our Time With The 
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The Staff In Motion 




Sizing Up The Staff 



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Classes Of 91, '92 & '93 




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Naeemah A. Ali - Fr. 



Henry Anderson - Fr. 



Reggie Anderson - Sph. 





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Tasha Asbury - Fr. 



Randy Banks - Fr. 



Ibrahim Basalamiah - Sph. 




Vonda Beckett - Sph. Dedicated students will go through anything for class. (We hope!) 





This student deserves an "A" for this sculpture of himself. 



Robert E. Bennett - Fr. 






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Maurice E. Black - Fr. 



Robin T. Blair - Jr. 



Donna Blanks - Jr. 






Donovan Bowen - Fr. 



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Tiffanye Boyd - Fr. 





Tonya Bradshaw - Fr. 



Ramona Branch - Fr. 



Alisha Brown - Fr. 





Joyce Brown-Davis - Sph. 



Necol Brown - Fr. 



Will Brown - Fr. 




Robin Bryant - Fr. 



Tracy Bryant - Fr. 







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Patricia Carroll - Fr. 



Kevin Carter - Fr. 





Kevin A. Chapman - Fr. 



Cassandra Clark - Sph. 



Kara Cornell - Fr. 



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Colin Cromwell - Jr 



Ronald Cropper - Fr. 



Charles Dashiclds- Sph. 




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Tawanda Davenport - Fr. 



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Jermaine T. Dixon - Fr. 



Nicole Dobbs - Jr. 



Harold Dotson - Fr 




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Latif Ellis - Fr. 



Jamall Ellzy - Fr. 



Sherrie Y. Evans - Fr. 






David Falwell - Fr. 



Pamela Felder - Sph. 



Monique Fergusin - Fr. 







Terri Fills - Sph. 



Charles Fleming - Fr. 



Paula Fomes - Fr. 





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These Iwo seem to be having fun while waiting for Blizzard of Bucks lo start. 



Ediije Ford - Tr. 





Melvin Futrell, Jr. - Fr. 



Christopher M. Green - Sph. 



Rolanda Green - Jr. 




Yvonne P. Greene - Fr. 




Lethea Golden - Fr. 



April Hall - Fr. 






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Victoria Hankerson - Sph. 



Wayne Harris - Sph. 



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Theodore Hicks - Fr. 



Stephanie Hill - Jr. 



Vonda D. Hindsman - Fr. 






Michael Holder, Jr. - Jr. 



John Howerton, Jr. - Fr. 



David Hurlock - Jr. 





Steven Ivey - Fr. 



Alice Jackson - Special 



Daniu Jackson - Fr. 




Lori Jackson - Fr. 



Mark Jackson - Fr. 



Lisa James - Jr. 




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Rhonda James - Fr. 




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Kasey Jearld - Fr. 



Having fun before a game, these people look like they have been friends for years. 





Lachell Jeffries - Fr. 



Angela Jenifer - Fr. 



Christy Y. Johnson - Fr. 








I think 1 need an Excedrin!" 



Dwayne C. Johnson - Jr. 




Raynard Johnson - Fr. 



Tracei Johnson - Sph. 



Danielle Jones - Fr. 





Derrick L. Jones - Fr. 



Edward Jones - Fr. 



Kollette Jones - Fr. 





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Marvin Jones - Sph. 



Byron Kearse - Sph. 



Antoinette King - Fr. 




Catherine King - Fr. 



Melvina Lucas - Sph. 







Angela T. Mack - Sph. 



Kevin Mackall - Sph. 



Tyrone Mason - Fr. 




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Valerie Mathews - Jr. 



Mance McCall - Fr. 



Laurie McCarthy - Fr. 





Michael McCormick - Fr. 



Andre G. McKnight - Fr. 



Derrick McKnight 





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Regina Merritt - Jr. 



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Gail S. Miles - Sph. 



James T. Miles - Fr. 



Jerry L. Miles - Sph. 




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Richard MilU - Jr. 



Jackee Mims - Sph. 



Jennifer Mims - Sph. 




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Robert E. Monk - Fr. 



Candy Morkell - Jr. 




Owerri Montgomery - Fr. 




Mary Ann Morreale - Sph. 




Mycha M. Morgan - Jr. 




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Darrome Morris - Sph. 




Everyone should look this happy. 



Angela J. Murray 





Lisa Musgrove - Fr. 



Michael Newman - Sph. 



Heather Nixon - Sph. 






Reginald Opara - Jr. 



Reginald Pearson - Fr. 



Juan Peoples - Fr. 






Victor Perez - Jr. 



Renee Peters - Sph. 



Gregory Phillips - Fr. 





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Dondre Phoenix - Fr. 



Monique Pinkey - Sph. 



Katrina Plummer - Fr. 




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Hillard Poole - Fr. 



Kelli Potter - Jr. 



Tyrone Quinn - Sph. 





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Victoria L. Raein - Fr 



^'vette Reed - Fr. 



Brenda Rcid - Jr 




Anthony RiMoore - Sph. 



Duane A. Rogers - Fr. 



Michelle Rubana - Fr. 





Desiree Savoy - Fr. 



'I'll do the first part of the program and you do the second part, okay?" 






Rodney Savoy - Fr. 



Paul Shand - Fr. 



Burton P. Shields II - Jr. 





William Showell, Jr.-Fr 



LaShawn Sias - Fr. 



Robert Sidrak - Sph. 




Peaches looks as if she does not have a care in the world. 



Cherrill Spease - Sph. 




Teresa Steadman - Fr 



Cassandra Swick - Fr. 




Onuwa Terry - Fr. 





Kenneth Thomas - Fr. 





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Tamiko Thompson - Jr. 



Ken Tilghman - Fr. 



Marshall A. Toney - Sph. 





Shirlene Travers - Sph. 



Heather Tucker - Fr. 




Myra Turner - Sph. 




Troy L. Turner - Jr. 





Eric Vaughan - Fr 






Deborah Vinson - Fr. 




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Glenda Wainwright - Fr. 



Bonita Wallace - Fr 



Tiffany N. Ware - Fr. 






Lisa U. Waters - Sph. 



Monica Watkins - Sph. 



Emmilena J. Watson - Sph. 





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Karl White - Sph. 



Artruce Wilhamb - Fr 



Michael D. Williams - Sph. 





Shanda Williams - Fr. 



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Inderclassmen set it out for the 1989-90 academic year! 



Wanda Willis - Sph. 




Zell H. Wilson - Fr. 




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Debra S. Wimberly - Sph. 




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Sabrina Yates - Fr. 



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As The World Turns 



Class Of 1990 



Mr. Speaker, President 
:jtche, parents, friends, and 
icmbers of the University of 
laryland family. We the 
lass of 1990 would like to 
id you a pleasant good 
lorning. 

Let us begin by taking you 
ack to a fairytale classic of 
ijsterday. This is a fairytale 
lat most of you have either 
i;ad, seen, or heard. This 
(lirytale speaks of four indi- 
[iduals that were seeking a 
•lagical land. Once in this 
ind, they would possibly gain 
lose things that they were 
ing denied. Of these four 
laracters one was seeking 
nowledge, one was seeking 
jurage, one was seeking a 
eart, while the other just 
anted to go home. 

For those of you who 
aven't figured out by now 
lis legendary classic, it is 
rank Baum's eternal "The 
Wizard of Oz." Today, May 
0th, we the graduating Class 
f 1990 have finally reached 
ur land of Oz — The Univer- 
ity of Maryland Eastern 
hore. 



When we first came to 
UMES as freshmen we too 
were seeking knowledge, cour- 
age, and a sense of heart; and 
yes, many did want to go home. 
But, if you recall, there was a 
gentleman by the name of Dr. 
Theodore Henderson who 
asked us to "look to our left, 
our right, in front of ourselves, 
and in back" while sitting ever 
so impatiently during Fresh- 
men Orientation. Well, we did 
it and then wondered why we 
were given this simple task. 
The answer was "the people 
you see around you now will 
not be there when you gradu- 
ate." How true this holds 
today. 

Graduates, we may have 
looked through the years at our 
fellow classmates and seen 
many dwindle because of vari- 
ous reasons. But, today I 
proudly say that we are the 
ones looking and not being 
looked upon. 

Once again, we can look to 
our left, our right, to the front, 
and to the back and this time 
we can look with assurance. 
We have endured the hard 




times and overcome the many 
obstacles that have fallen be- 
fore us. 

Today we see winners, win- 
ners with an attitude that quit- 
ters never win and winners nev- 
er quit. We should be proud to 
know that we are part of a win- 
ning family-the UMES 
Family. 

So, on behalf of the graduat- 
ing Class of 1990, I would like 
to give thanks to our parents, 
to the faculty, and to the very 
special friends who have moti- 
vated, inspired, uplifted. 



and supported us on our 
long journey on the road to 
sucess. Thank you ... for 
accompanying us to the be- 
ginning of the new road we 
will embark. 

Craig Ondre' Ballard 
President, Senior Class 
Student Commentary, 
Commencement 
May 20, 1990 






Kimberly Adgerson 

Sociology 
Baltimore, Maryland 



Kimolin Allen 

Sociology 

Pocomoke City, Maryland 



Bernita Archer 

Business Adminislration 
Baltimore, Marylunn 



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Class Of 1990 






Craig Ondre' Ballard 

English Communication Arts 
Greenbelt, Maryland 



Amenda T. Barrow 

Computer Science 
Easton, Maryland 



Melissa Louise Bates 

Computer Science 
Silvei Spring, Maryland 






Cynthia Briddell 

Rehabilitation Services 
West Babylon, New York 



Tracy Bryant 

Business Administration 
Chester, Pennsylvania 



Apryl Jannelle Carpenter 

Business Education 
Waldorf, Maryland 



Class Of 1990 




Timothy B. Champ 

Computer Science 
Princess Anne, Maryland 



J. Ben Cheseldine 

English 

Rumbley, Maryland 



Patrick M. Connelly 

Sociology 
Salisbury, Maryland 



Class Of 1990 





Tressa Y. Cooke 

Fashion Merchandising 
Largo, Maryland 



Emile El-Shammaa 

Biology 

Rockville, Maryland 



Derrick S. Fooks 

Physical Education 
Berlin, Maryland 






Lisa M. Garry 

Business Administration 
Temple Hills, Maryland 



Orin P. Gillian 

Business Administration 
Temple Hills, Maryland 



Kimberiy Gloster 

Computer Science 
Forestville, Maryland 



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Class Of 1990 






Karen M. Glover 

Computer Science 
Washington, D.C. 



Lisa A. Gray 

Computer Science 
Baltimore, Maryland 



Michelle Gray 

Business Administration 
Forestville, Maryland 




Cheryl Watson and Anthony Henley are having an in-deplh discussion at the President's Recep- 
tion. The reception was given on May 19th in honor of graduates and their families. 



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Class Of 1990 






Veronica L. Hanyane 

Agriculture Education/ Extension 
Princess Anne, Maryland 



Milroy B. Harried 

Business Administration 
Baltimore, Maryland 



Anthony Henley 

Accounting 
Baltimore, Maryland 



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With a smile during the recessional, there are no doubts that Patricia Saunders 


is happy about 


receiving her B.S. degree. 





Class Of 1990 






James Van Heyningen 


Deena L. Howard 


Chris C. Iheanacho 


Computer Science 


Computer Science 


General Agriculture 


St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 


Silver Spring, Maryland 


Nigeria 






LaJuana D. Jackson 


Dewsill Denise James 


Dion A. James 


Business Administration 


History 


Fashion Merchandising 


Landover, Maryland 


Baltimore, Maryland 


Mitchcllvillc, Maryland 



Class Of 1990 






Lorie A. Jennings 

Sociology 

Chester, Pennsylvania 



Antoine Johnson 

Business Administration 
Clinton, Maryland 



James Johnson, III 

Business Administration 
New York, New York 






Sheila Johnson 

Accounting 
Cambridge, Maryland 



Andrea L. Jones 

Computer Science 
Capital Heights, Maryland 



Evette Rochelle Jones 

Computer Science 
Baltimore, Maryland 



Class Of 1990 



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Who's who among the senior class? A special congratulalions go out lo ihosc seniors who arc listec 
as Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities. They are Deena Howard, Timothy 
Champ, Lombuso Khoza, and Emile El-Shammaa. 








Rodney Jones 

Princess Anne, Maryland 



Robert G. Kelly, II 

Industrial Arts & Technology Education 
Perryvillc, Maryland 



Lombuso Khoza 

General Home Economics 
Mbabane, Swaziland 



Class Of 1990 





Mike Kirkland 


Phillipe Mathis 


Alecia McLaughlin 


Sociology/ Psychology 


Business Administration 


Rehabilitation 


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 


Adelphi, Maryland 


Baltimore, Maryland 






Christopher Pagan 


Cindy Parks 


Kia Poe 


Animal Science 


Business Education 


Business Administration 


Nyack, New York 


Westover, Maryland 


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



Class Of 1990 






Nicole Reeder 

Business Administration 
Baltimore, Maryland 



Amy Alexis Roberts 

Chemistry 
Baltimore, Maryland 



Karey M. Satlerwhite 

Business Administration 
Upper Malboro, Maryland 




Class Of 1990 




Mike Simmons, Brian Simpson, and Paul Thornton are among the graduates who are leaving the 
ceremony during the recessional as people look on. 




Patricia Saunders 

General Agriculture 
Washington, D.C. 



Ellen Secka 

Poultry Technology 
Banjul, Gambia 



Michael D. Simmons 

Business Administration 
Irvington, New Jersey 



Class Of 1990 




Ira Smith 

Physical Education 
Rock Hall, Maryland 



Endia Snowden 

English Communication Arts 
Sandy Spring, Maryland 



Kathy Suttmiller 

Hotel/Restaurant Management 
Ocean City. Maryland 






Christopher J. Swann 

Electronic Technology 
Clinton, Maryland 



Angela D. Symonette 

Computer Science 

New Carrollton, Maryland 



r.jfge W. Thomas 

Business Administration 
Baltimore, Maryland 



Class Of 1990 






Haslyn Thomas 

Computer Science 
St. Johns, Antigua 



Sherwin Turner 

Business Administration 
Brooklyn, New York 



Steven W. Underwood 

Physical Education 
Baltimore, Maryland 






Julia Richardson Valdez 

Hotel/Restaurant Management 
Princess Anne, Maryland 



Charlene Vaughn 

Accounting 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 



Athena Ware 

English Communication Arts 
Temple Hills, Maryland 



Class Of 1990 






Cheryl L. Watson 

Accounting 
Waldorf, Maryland 



Lisa M. Williams 

General Studies 
Baltimore, Maryland 



Kelli M. Wiltz 

Biology 

Baltimore, Maryland 







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Graduates, family and friends gather to celebrate the days activities. 









Class Of 1990 







Congratulations go out to Ira "Dude" 








Smith who signed with the Los Angelos 






Dodgers this year. Dude, who was a pitcher 






and outfielder for the Fighting Hawks, was 






named batting champ for Division I baseball 






in July of 1989. He also lead the nation in 






1989 for batting with an average of .488. 






A native of Kent County, Maryland, Dude 






stated once the draft was final that he was 




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the Class of 1990. 




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Jacquelyn Woodard 

Sociology 
Baltimore, Maryland 



Lisa Wright 

Business Administration 
Suitland, Maryland 




& STATE OF 




Our ^; 
Time 
Ha(S Come 





Mike Kirkland 

Student Assistant Men's Basketball Coach 



Pandora Barkley 
Volleyball Coach 



Dr. Hallie E. Gregory j 
Athletic Director 




Willie Simon 

Women's Basketball Coach 






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Robert Bell 
Assistant Track Coach 



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Monica Felder 

Assistant Women's Basketball Coach 



Derrick Fooks 

Assistant Men's Basketball Coach 




Dennis Laird 
Soccer Coach 



Our Time On The Track 



A strong desire and determination 
were the key factors that helped the 
men's track and cross country teams 
have a successful year. Coaches Neville 
Hodge and Robert Bell provided great 
management to the teams. Congratula- 
tions. 



1989-90 Men's Track Team: Standing (left to 
right) Neville Hodge, Joseph Truesdale, Harry 
Ellerby, Wayne Douet, Leroy Lloyd, Carl Hicks, 
David Hurlock, Everard Grant, Torrance 
Zellner, Robert Bell. Bottom: Maurice Carpen- 
ter, Edward Sapp, Lawrence Givens. 





Scores 



ME AC C.C. Championships 

Everard Grant 

Grant Hicks 

Towson State Relays 

100 Meter Hurdles 
Torrance Zellner 

100 Meter Dash 
Neville Hodge 

100 Meter Relays 
Leroy Lloyd 



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Men's And Women's Track Teams 




The UMES Women's Track Team 
did as exceptionally well as the men 
during the 1989-90 season. This was 
proven at the MEAC Cross Country 
Championships with the top stars being 
Myriam Campbell, Marie Graham, 
Rhonda Ryan, and Dawnette Douglas. 
Coaches Hodge and Bell trained this 
team also. 



1989-90 Women's Track Team: Standing (left to 
right) Robert Bell, Christine Kellibrow, Joyce 
Maxwell, Wendy Wheeler, Myriam Campbell. 
Rhonda Ryan, Marie Graham, Neville Hodge. 
Seated: Jessica Hudson. Keesha Burk, Tasha As- 
bury, Catherine King, Dawnette Douglas, and 
Coleen Thomas. 




This season marks the first for soccer at 
UMES on a club basis. At the reins is 
Coach Dennis Laird, a 1989 graduate of 
the University of Maryland Eastern 
Shore. 

The team did very well with a 5-6 win- 
/loss record. The members who had great 
success with the team are William Hur- 
lock, lead scorer of the season (pictured 
right), and Randy Hutchinson, who played 
soccer for the first time with the team. 

In the meantime. Dr. Gregory will be 
making a decision as to this club advanc- 
ing to varsity ranks. Good luck. 





Scores 


Home Opponent 


3 


Wesley College 


2 3 


Columbia College 


3 2 


Howard Community 




College 


3 


St. Mary's College 


9 


UMBC 


6 


Frostburg State 


1 15 


Washington College 


3 1 


Columbia College 


1 


Howard College 


2 


Dundalk* 


*Forfeit by Opponent 





Front Row (Left to Right) Ranny Hutchinson, Robert Sidrak, Jonathan 
Lindsay, Kevin Tull, Al AUaasim, Gary Kent (Middle Row) Darrin Johnson, 
Bryan Whittington, Sello Roberts, Jose Casasolla, Harry Quartey (Back Row) 
Dennis Laird (Coach), Eric Aba, Bennett Akuffo, Kwame Kwatens, Darwin 
Kennedy, Sam Douglas, Harry Swartz, Adriedan Allen 



Kickin' It With Soccer 






Scores 


L 


Shaw University 


W 


Coppin State 


L 


UMBC Invitational 


L 


Howard 


L 


Towson State Tournament 


5W3L 


Salisbury State 


L 


UMBC 


W 


Delaware State 


W 


Morgan State 


1W3L 


Loyola Tournament 


W 


Coppin State 


L 


UDC 


L 


Morgan State 


L 


Howard 


L 


Salisbury State 



This years volleyball team did well with 
Dorine Bowser leading with 270 kills dur- 
ing regular season and 45 during the 
MEAC Conference November 3rd and 
4th. Ellen Gilyard (pictured Left) had 96 
kills, 33 service aces, 29 digs and 14 block 
shots throughout the season. 

At this year's MEAC Championships 
UMES had the opportunity to play ball 
with the ladies of southern teams, but reg- 
ular season play was limited to Delaware 
State, Howard, Morgan and Coppin State. 
Overall, the team did great with member 
participation down. 




Front Row: (Left to Right) Arlene Connin, Cassandra Swick, Sabrina Smith. 
Virginia Villafane, Back Row: Tracey Ford, Jennifer Mims, Dorine Bowser, 
Ellen Gilyard, Pandora Barkley (Coach) 



Volleyball Spikes 



Coppin State is on guard for the Hawk's offense 








Scores 




Home 


Opponent 




76 


102 


Boston College 




71 


82 


Morehead 




69 


60 


Baptist 




72 


83 


Brooklyn 




93 


90 


UDC 




55 


66 


College of Charleston 




68 


72 


Florida A & M 




64 


67 


Bethune Cookman 




83 


82 ot 


Florida Intern'l 




73 


83 


Morgan 




62 


89 


Coppin State 




80 


86 


Howard 




73 


84 


SCSC 




84 


89 


NCAT 




75 


80 


Delaware State 




60 


59 


Baptist 




68 


67 


Morgan State 




93 


80 


Brooklyn 




92 


90 


Florida Intern'l 




69 


64 


SCSC 




81 


73 


NCAT 




88 


83 


UDC 




84 


64 


Howard 





Front Row: K. Mitchell- Phillips, K. Williams, D. 
Jones, H. Lane, L. Kent, J. Sandoval, Second Row: 
M. Dabbs, R. Spear, A. Powell, Third Row: E. 
Rosser, S. Salisbury, K. Thomas, Fourth Row: D. 
Fooks, M. Kirby, D. Phoenix. 





As the force behind UMES' basketball 
team. Coach Williams was optimistic 
about the teams performance. He stated 
that this was the best year he has seen 
from a recruiting stand point. 

New recruits for this sca.son included 
guards Kenny Thomas and Dondre Phoe- 
nix; forwards Bobby Spear and Leland 
Kent; and, center Eric Rossncr. 

Other major rcturnes were Keith Wil- 
liams, guard; Harold Lane, forward; .lose 
Sandoval, guard; and, Sean Salisbury, 
guard. 

This season marks the last for Coach 
Williams here at UMES. We wish him a 
fond farewell and the best of luck. 



Practice makes perfect as this player demonstrates. 



Hawks Jumping For It 




Everyone takes a breather 
shot. 



vhile awaiting the foul 



It looks like Dayna Barksdale has enough determina- 
tion to defy Coppin State and make the shot. 









Scores 


1 


Home Opponent 


70 


82 


VCU 


55 


71 


St. Francis 


55 


76 


St. Peters 


56 


69 


UDC 


54 


70 


Boston 


62 


55 


Loyola 


59 


75 


Drexal 


58 


59 


Loyola 


78 


70 


Bethune Cookman 


55 


60 


Morgan State 


67 


59 


Coppin State 


74 


64 


SCSC 


52 


68 


NCAT 


61 


89 


Howard 


65 


54 


Brooklyn 


64 


58 


Liberty 


71 


74 


Delaware State 


74 


96 


Howard 


76 


41 


Bethune Cookman 


63 


55 


Delaware State 


71 


54 


Coppin State 


60 


59 


Salisbury State 



Front Row: D. Barksdale, S. Buckson, S. Bishop, T. 
Wyche, S. Preston, Second Row: M. Felder, M. Hol- 
beck, L. Butler, P. Edwards, S. Polk, O. Thomas, 
Back Row: A. Fowler, R. Paylor, E. Watson, S. 
Cockfield, E. Gilyard, R. Matthews. 





Despite their win/loss record of 11-17, 
the Lady Hawks had an over-all good sea- 
son, which Coach Willie Simon anticipat- 
ed. He stated that he was very excited 
about the team and that they will do al- 
right. And alright they did! 

One of the best players this season was 
Teresa Thinna. She is considered one of 
the best guards in the MEAC. Susan 
Buckson, also a top player, averaged 10.8 
points and 7.3 rebounds per game. 

Coach Simon, who coached basketball 
in South Carolina, took his position after 
Coach McAuley. He says that his post at 
UMES is a good opportunity to get back 
in the swing of things and that the ladies 
are anxious to learn. Best wishes for a 
good season next year! 



As you can see, it takes concentration to make that 
perfect shot. 




Sfflsiia Lady Hawks Basketball 1989-1990 




If Peggy Edwards does not make the shot there is 
plenty of gray for the rebound. 



The 1990 Hawk's Baseball Team had a 
good year with a 10-18 win/loss record 
which Coach Kirkland Hall predicted. 
The team returned veteran players which 
contributed to the potential of the team. 
Top player Ira "Dude" Smith helped lead 
the team as an outfielder. His accomplish- 
ments are known throughout the MEAC. 

Shannon Washington, a senior and out- 
fielder (pictured, top right), was a return- 
ing starter along with first baseman Chris 
Pagan. 

Also, newcomer Billy Williams (pic- 
tured, below right) was a starting pitcher 
for the Hawks and is someone to look out 
for next season. Lots of luck to the team 
next year. 




Front Row: (left to right) Darrin Smith, Ira Smith, 
Kevin Slade, Corey Williams, Keith Johnson, Keith 
Giles. Second Row: Wayne Harris, Rod Pickney, 
Billy Williams, Archie Bracy, Chris Riddleberger, 
Renee Smith. Third Row: Coach Hall, Steve Under- 
wood, Shannon Washington, Chris Pagan, Johnny 
Futrell, Robert Hicks, Carlos Bounds (Assistant Stu- 
dent Coach). 





I 



Baseball Legends 



X 



V 








Scores 


Home 


Opponent 


1 

1 


8 

11 


Keane College 
Rutgers Camden 





4 


Central Connecticut 


13 


15 


Coppin State 


7 


2 


Coppin State 


2 





Roger Williams 


23 


3 


Washington College 


8 


6 


Wesley College 


10 


6 


Howard 


1 


7 


Delaware State 





5 


Longwood 


7 


3 


St. Mary's 


2 


9 


George Mason 


3 


4 


University of MD 


MEAC Championships 


1 


8 


Florida A & M 


9 


7 


Bethune Cookman 


2 


12 


North Carolina A & T 





v 



IJIVFSION \ iJASF.lJAI.L 



X- 



i 



Coach Hall and Dude Smith are 
shown with the NCAA Division I 
Statistical Champion plaque re- 
ceived by Smith for the 1988-89 
season. 






Scores 


Home 


Opponent 




Men's Tennis 




9 





UDC 


9 





UDC 





9 


Wesley College 


1 


8 


Morgan State 


2 


7 


Delaware State 


3 


6 


Delaware State 





9 


UMBC 


1 


8 


Wesley College 


2 


7 


Delaware State 


3 


6 


Delaware State 


1 


8 


Morgan State 


7 


2 


Coppin State 


1 


8 


UMBC 


1 


8 


Salisbury State 


1 


8 


Georgetown 


2 


7 


South Carolina 
State 


8 


1 


Coppin State 


1 


8 


Howard 





9 


Florida A & M 


2 


7 


North Carolina 
A & T 


5 


4 


UDC 




Scores 


Women's 


Tennis 




Home 


Opponent 




9 





UDC 


9 





UDC 


3 


6 


Morgan State 


4 


3 


Delaware State 


5 


2 


Delaware State 


3 


4 


Delaware State 


1 


6 


UMBC 


1 


6 


Delaware State 


1 


6 


Delaware State 


4 


5 


Morgan State 


3 


4 


Coppin State 


3 


4 


Coppin State 


4 


3 


Delaware State 


2 


5 


Delaware State 


2 


7 


UMBC 





9 


Howard 





9 


Florida A & M 


9 





South Carolina 
State 


3 


4 


Salisbury State 


4 


3 


Coppin State 


4 


3 


Coppin State 



The 1990 UMES Tennis Team with Coach Fred 
Ponder. 





The UMES Men's and Women's Tennis 
Teams had excellent players this year. The 
men were led by Michael Holder (pic- 
tured, right) and Darryi Keaton who both 
had exstensive training that helped devel- 
op their skills and abilities. Other forerun- 
ners of the men included Lamont Ward 
and Jamie Dunn. 

The top players on the women's team 
were Judith Garriques, Edith Callahan, 
and Sabbatry Persad. Garriques ranked 
number one last year and showed no disap- 
pointments this year. Persad (pictured, far 
right) is a player with lots of potential 
considering she played tennis for the first 
time last year. 

In addition to being good athletes, the 
team members are also excellent students. 

Good luck for a good season next year. 



Strokin' 
Into The 
Nineties 



Darryi Keaton along with Michael Holdc 
are excellent players in doubles. 




Top Row; Denise Moore: Second Row: Tracy Britt, (Co-Captain), Yvette Clark Third Row: 
Sharon Armstrong, Lorrie Armfield, Jennifer Smith Front Row: Tisha Scott, Karol Hall 
(Captain), Terri Bookhart, Christine White 



Something To Cheer About 



Poms For Victory 




(Not shown in order) Christie Millstead, Jackie Estes, Jewell Moore, Tayna Smith, Terri Wood, Lisa Musgrove, Andrea Datcher, 
Sheeray Jackson, Sharisse May (Co-Captain), Adrian Wright, Wanda Carswell (Captain), Dionne Arrington, Tawanda Davenport, 
Lisa Wallace 



JOSTENS 



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